Wycombe Steel Orchestra is a unique orchestral experience established to nurture and train young musicians to be inspired players, encouraging them to perform to their highest abilities within a professional environment.
Based in High Wycombe, the orchestra has a repertoire of wide variety of music genres including calypso, classical and chart music. They can perform and / or run steelpan taster workshops for any occasion including corporate, charity and private events, tailoring our offer to suit your needs – from a soloist to a 20-piece orchestra.
An orchestra with vision, ambition and excellence, Wycombe Steel Orchestra is guaranteed to provide a unique memorable experience for your event.
Wycombe Steel Orchestra has been privileged to perform before:
- HM Queen, Elizabeth II for her Diamond Jubilee in the Palace Gardens
- H.R.H Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex
- The Prime Minister of St Vincent & the Grenadines, Hon. Dr. Ralph Gonsalves
- The UK Parliament, being the first steel band to play in Portcullis House
They are also proud to have delivered the following:
- A musical collaboration with international soca singer-song-writer Hance John from St. Vincent and the Grenadines, including workshops and performances for the 40th anniversary of Independence of St. Vincent and the Grenadines
- Performance for global girl band Littlemix for their YouTube series of ‘Eating with Littlemix’
- Independent production of a steelpan CD, recorded live at Abbey Road Studios
N.B. Full public liability insurance cover and DBS clearance for teaching lessons and workshops are held
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If you would like more information about Wycombe Steel Orchestra, or you would like to get involved with any SV2G projects please do not hesitate to contact us.
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